Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Albert

Noble, bright, famous

German

Alexander

Defender of man

Greek

Alfred

Elf or magical counsel

English

Alistair

Man's defender

Greek

Amari

Unknown

African

Amir

Prince

Arabic

Andrew

Manly and powerful

Greek

Angus

One choice

Celtic

Archer

Bowman

English

Archibald

Genuine, bold, brave

German

Archie

A diminutive form of Archibald.

English

Armani

Italian

Artem
Arthur

Bear

Celtic

Aston

East town; ash tree settlement

English

Augustus

Great, magnificient

Latin

Aurelio

Golden

Latin

Banks

Edge of the River

English

Barclay

Birch tree meadow

Scottish

Barnabas

Son of consolation

Spanish

Benedict

Blessed

Latin

Benjamin

A favorite son

Hebrew

Bentley

Bent grass meadow

English

Bernard

Strong, brave bear

German

Bertram

Bright, famous raven

German

Blair

Field, plain

Scottish

Blake

Black or pale

English

Bradford

Broad ford

English

Byron

At the byres or barn

English

Calvin

Hairless one

English

Carl

A variant form of Charles.

German

Carlos

Free man

Spanish

Carrington

English

Cedric

Kindly, loved

English

Chadwick

Dairy farm of Ceadda

English

Charles

Free man

German

Charlie

Free man

English

Christopher

Bearing Christ

English

Clark

Cleric

English

Claude

Lame

Latin

Clifton

Town by the cliff

English

Clinton

Fenced settlement

English

Conrad

Brave, bold ruler or counsel

German

Constantine

Constant, steadfast

Latin

Cornelius

Horn

Latin

Cornell

French

Dakari

Rejoice

African

Darby

Without envy; park with deer

Irish

Darian
Dashiell

Unknown

English

Davis

Son of David

English

Desmond

From South Munster

Irish

Eamon

Wealthy protector

Irish

Edgar

Wealthy spear

English

Edmund

Wealthy protector

English

Edrick

Rich and powerful

English

Eduard

Wealthy guard

English

Edward

Wealthy guard

English

Edwin

Wealthy friend

English

Elijah

My God is Yahweh

Hebrew

Elliott

My God is Yahweh

English

Elon

Oak tree

Hebrew

Emmett

Universal

English

Ernest

Serious; battle to the death

German

Eugene

Well-born, noble

Greek

Evander

Good man

Greek

Everett

Brave boar

English

Ezra

Help

Hebrew

Felipe

A Spanish form of Philip.

Spanish

Felix

Happy and lucky

Latin

Ferdinand

Bold voyager

German

Finnegan

Fair

Irish

Fitzgerald

Son of the spear-ruler

German

Forrest

Woodsman; woods

French

Francis

Frenchman; free man

Latin

Francisco

From France

Spanish

Francois

Frenchman; free man

Latin

Franklin

Free landholder

English

Frederick

Peaceful ruler

German

Garrett

Spear rule

English

George

Farmer

Greek

Gideon

Tree cutter

Hebrew

Gordon

Large fortification

Scottish

Grant

Great

English

Gregory

Watchful

Greek

Hannibal

Grace of Baal

Hebrew

Harald

Army ruler

Scandinavian

Harrington

English

Harrison

Son of Harry

English

Harry

Home ruler

German

Heathcliff

Cliff near a heath

English

Hector

Steadfast

Greek

Henry

Home ruler

English

Hilton

Hill settlement

English

Howard

Noble watchman

English

Hugh

Soul, mind, intellect

German

Hugo

“An intellectual,” from the Germanic hugu, the mind.

Latin

Humphrey

Peaceful warrior

German

Huxley

Hugh's meadow

English

Ingram

Raven of peace; raven of Anglia

Scandinavian

Isaac

He will laugh

Hebrew

Isra

Riches

Arabic

Ivan

God is gracious

Slavic

Jacques

A French form of James and Jacob.

French

James

Supplanter

English

Jasper

Treasurer

English

Jefferson

Son of Jeffrey

English

Jeffrey

Peaceful territory

German

Johan

God is gracious

Hebrew

John

God is gracious

Hebrew

Jonathan

God has given

Hebrew

Jorge

Farmer

Spanish

Joseph

Jehovah will increase

Hebrew

Julius

Youthful and downy

Greek

Katungi

Rich

African

Keith

Woodland, forest

Scottish

Kenneth

Handsome

Scottish

Kensington

The town of Cynsige's people

English

Langston

Long stone

English

Lawrence

From Laurentum

Latin

Lenard

Lion strength

German

Leonardo

Brave lion

Italian

Leopold

Brave people

German

Lionel

Lion

Latin

Louis

Famous warrior

French

Luther

Soldier of the people

German

Lyle

The island

French

Maddox

Son of Madoc

Welsh

Madison

Greek

Malcolm

Devotee of Saint Columba

Scottish

Marcus

Dedicated to Mars

Latin

Martin

Of Mars

Latin

Marvin

Sea friend

Welsh

Maxwell

Mack's stream

English

Miles

Soldier

Latin

Montgomery

Gomeric's hill

French

Nathaniel

God has given

Hebrew

Neil

Champion

Scottish

Nelson

“The son of Nell or Neal,” from Nell or Neal and son.

English

Nestor

Traveler

Greek

Neville

New village

French

Nigel

Champion

Spanish

Norbert

Northern brightness

German

Oliver

Olive tree

English

Olivier

Olive tree

Latin

Omar

Flourishing life

Arabic

Oscar

Friend of deer

Gaelic

Otis

Wealth; son of Otto

German

Otto

Wealth

German

Palmer

Pilgrim

English

Percy

A diminutive form of Percival.

Latin

Perry

“(The man who lives in the cottage near) the pear tree,” ultimately from the Latin pirum, a pear.

Modern

Peter

Stone

Greek

Philip

Horse lover

Greek

Phineas

Oracle

Hebrew

Pierre

The French form of Peter, meaning “stone.”

French

Prescott

Priest's cottage

English

Preston

Priest's town

English

Quentin

Fifth

Latin

Quincy

Estate of the fifth son

French

Radcliffe

Red cliff

English

Rafferty

Prosperity wielder

Irish

Raphael

Healing God

Hebrew

Reginald

Ruler's advisor

Latin

Reuben

Behold, a son

Hebrew

Rex

King

Latin

Ricardo

Brave ruler

Spanish

Richard

Brave ruler

German

Robert

Bright fame

German

Roland

Renowned land

German

Roman

One from Rome

Latin

Ronan

Little seal

Irish

Royce

“Roy’s son,” from Roy and ce, here regarded as “son.”

German

Rupert

A variant form of Robert.

Salvatore

Savior

Latin

Santiago

Saint James

Spanish

Sebastian

Venerable or honorable

Greek

Silas

Man of the forest

Latin

Spencer

Dispenser of provisions

English

Stanley

Stony meadow

English

Stefan

A Russian form of Stephen.

Scandinavian

Terrance

Latin

Thaddeus

Heart

Aramaic

Theodore

God's gift

Greek

Timothy

Honoring God

Greek

Todd

Fox

English

Tomi

Rich

Japanese

Trevor

Large settlement

Welsh

Tristan

Sadness

Welsh

Tucker

Cloth softener

English

Ulysses

"One who hates.” The Latin form of the Greek Odysseus, from the Greek odyssomai, I hate.

Latin

Valentino

Strong, healthy

Latin

Vaughn

Little

Welsh

Vernon

Alder grove

French

Vincenzo

Prevailing

Latin

Virgil

“A man of authority,” based on the Latin ver ger e (to bend), but ultimately on virgo, a staff of authority.

Latin

Wallace

Welshman

French

Walter

Commander of the army

German

Warren

Game preserve

English

Wendell

Wanderer

German

Willard

Strong desire

English

William

A willing protector

German

Wilmer

Strong desire

German

Woodrow

Row of houses by the wood

English

Xavier

New house

Spanish

Yahir

Handsome

Spanish

Yates

The gates

English

Yves

Yew

French

Zachariah

The Lord recalled

Hebrew

Zaire

River, From Zaire

African

Parents have always had a soft spot for money monikers. Rich boy names feel like they come with a trust fund but still wear well on a little one about to take on the world. We’ve grabbed a few of our favorites from our collection of rich kid names to share with you.

First up are rich boy names with obvious links to wealth. Many rich names for boys are associated with luxury brands, like Bentley, Aston, and Royce. Others have ties to money-themed terms, like Benjamin and Banks. This group of rich male names isn’t subtle in its link to wealth, but they’re undoubtedly trendy and right on the money for many parents. See Golden, Silver, and Dior for similar vibes.

Other rich boy names get their pricey perks from meanings and are more subtle. Otto is the most obvious choice, meaning “wealth,” along with Edward, meaning “wealthy guard.” Jasper is another smart choice with a contemporary following, meaning “treasurer.” For a splash of zest, see Aurelio, a Latin name that means “golden.” Other rich guy names with pricey meanings are Edrick, Tomi, and Isra.

Rich boy names often have distinctly British vibes, like Archie and Oliver. These give off a posh London feel that travels well. Alistair is a beloved choice here, as is his friend Albert. Albert is decidedly fancy, but he shortens easily to to Albie. See George, Alfred, and Charlie for more rich boy names with a British air.

Lastly, many rich baby names are linked to royals.  This includes Charles, Harry, and William. Thanks to his plethora of nicknames, Phillip is one of our favorites in this group, including Phil, Philly, and the adorable Flip. You might like Arthur too or the regal Leopold. For more, see Carl, Felipe, and Harald for more royal rich boy names.

Browse the rest of our rich boy names. You never know which high-dollar name will hit the jackpot and wind up on your favorites list.